“Poems are spells”
By Lora Tomas, 16 May 2018
In conversation with poet Subhashini Kaligotla.
The ‘i’ of the storm
By Laxmi Murthy, 14 May 2018
The Bollywood hit ‘Padmaavat’, India’s anti-sati laws and the failure to confront misogyny.
Love, with an albatross attached: Part I
By Aparna Gopalan, 11 May 2018
A personal essay about coming of age in the world of hypercompetitive education in 1990s India.
The art of translating Indra Bahadur Rai
By Prawin Adhikari, 10 May 2018
Interview with Nepali author and translator Prawin Adhikari.
Himal Interviews: Madhusree Mukerjee on Churchill’s Secret War
By The Editors, 07 May 2018
By Mallika Khanna, 04 May 2018
FICTION | We were too much of what couldn’t be controlled.
The fact and fiction of news demand
By Abhishek Choudhary, 03 May 2018
Questions about the creation and consumption of shoddy journalism go beyond equations of supply and demand.
Now the loyal are being butchered
By Syed Shahriyar, 02 May 2018
Caught in a crossfire, a poet from Kashmir loses 30 years of his work.
On happiness and democracy
By Sreejith Sugunan, 30 Apr 2018
Is India both the most democratic and among the unhappiest countries in Southasia?
Where is Arsalan Miyan?
By Juanita Kakoty, 27 Apr 2018
A short story about the psychological cost of violence. [WITH AUDIO READING]